CUSTOM, RE-FURBISHED AND USED MUZZLELOADERS
WHITE MUZZLELOADING SELLS, TRADES AND BUYS FINE
QUALITY CUSTOM MADE MODERN DAY MUZZLELOADERS AND HIGH QUALITY IN-LINE
MUZZLELOADERS. DOC PRODUCES A FEW QUITE HIGH GRADE GUNS ONE AT A TIME
AND SLOW WHILE WAITING FOR THE PHONE TO RING. MANY OF HIS PIECES ARE
EXPERIMENTAL AND SOME ARE QUITE UNUSUAL.. HE ALSO DOES RESEARCH AND
DEVELOPEMENT FOR WHITE RIFLES LLC, BUT THAT STUFF IS SUPPOSED TO BE A
HE ALSO MAKES TRADITIONAL FLINTLOCK AND PERCUSSION RIFLES AND
SHOTGUNS, HAWKENS, PEMMSYLVANIA-kENTUCKY RIFLES, DOUBLE BARRELED RIFLES
AND SHOTGUNS, THE OCCASIONAL MUZZLELOADING DRILLING, JAEGERS,
TRADITIONAL CARVED AND ENGRAVED FLINT GUNS OF THE COLONIAL PERIOD AND A
FEW PLAINS RIFLES. LATELY, HE'S BEEN INTO PAULY RIFLES (PAULY INVENTED
THE INLINE IN 1812) AND DOUBLE BARREL FLINTLOCKS. THESE MORE TRADITIONAL
GUNS CAN BE SEEN ON THE CUSTOM
Accurized-means that various standard techniques have been
utilized to render the gun more accurate, usually including glass
bedding, barrel straightening, bore cleansing, sometimes includes
bore scrubbing, bore lapping and conditioning.
Composite-means glass and sometimes Kevlar fiber reinforcement in
a molded stock. All such stocks are finished by painting, some few
might have a fake fancy wood finish.
‘GBW’-are Doc White’s initials. If ‘GBW’ is on the gun,
it means that he personally had something to do with the piece,
sometimes to its benefit.
the white' means that the gun is completely assembled and functional
with all parts in place, wood is sanded to at least an 80 grit finish,
metal has the rough edges polished off and is shaped. Does not include
staining on wood, oil or varnish, metal brown or blue, or bright polish
on metal. The buyer is expected to finish sand, stain and oil or varnish
the wood, finish polish & brown or blue the metal and engrave where
Calibers-are quoted in three numerals, White fashion, except
round ball guns are noted in two.
White Super-91 & Whitetail variations.
were made in two versions. The ‘early’ sported a Mauser type
hinged trigger (up to about serial #600), a side swing safety and a
spring clip hammer housing retention detent. The ‘later’ action
(beginning at about serial #600) had a screwed on trigger, a pull
and twist secondary safety as well as one on the trigger, and a
screw-in detent to hold the hammer housing in place.
rifles came with an ‘early’ stock made of either hardwood or
black glass composite with or without checkering and with a 13.5
inch pull or a ‘later’ slimmer stock exclusively made of glass
composite with checkering and a 14 inch pull. Refurbishd Whitetail
all come with NEW hardwood stocks with 14 inch pull.
Terms-Cashiers check or money order, plus shipping. Five day
inspection allowed. Gun returnable if in original condition as sold.
Return must be cleared with White Muzzleloading before it is
returned or it will not be accepted. We want you to be happy with
the deal, so speak up. We’ll make it good if we haven’t already.
New guns, Bullets and Other Accessories-are available from White Rifles LLC.,
Linden, Utah. They have licensed Doc’s ideas and products. Many
work even better than the old White products. email firstname.lastname@example.org
for a catalogue or to order
Used Guns For Sale
All guns listed are used unless otherwise noted
All prices are OBO-make an offer, we listen!!
CUSTOM FULL- STOCK SUPER SAFARI
The Super Safari is my favorite model of all the rifles I've designed. I
just love fullstocks. Custom Super Safari's are available using your
Super-91, M98 or ThunderBolt action and barrel. email email@example.com.
Sporting Rifle with blued metal and black laminate stock. Sidelock
percussion with Manton Breech and flat spring lock, with White barrels.
Shoots all White bullets. Similar rifles are available on custom order
from White Muzzleloading with fancy walnut or brown laminate stocks. Prices start at $1000. Email for price and availability.
Manton breech design on the White Sporting Rifle is the best and
strongest ever devised, modern or antique. It's a massive and
super-strong but handsome.
#548 White Super 91-II in 504 caliber. Blued 24 inch barrel with 1-24
twist, accurized with 209 conversion in place, adjustable trigger with
right sided safety, secondary safety on pull cock. Black checkered
B&C composite stock, aircraft aluminum ramrod, Delrin ferrules and
trigger guard, inch thick recoil pad. Drilled and tapped for scope and
peep. Williams adjustable rear sight with gold bead front on ramp. Sling
swivels. Can of course be converted to #11 cap. Never fired except to
accurize it. $400 OBO SOLD
#549- Scarce and desirable White Bison in 504 caliber. Bison's
never come back for service. Blued 22 inch Bull barrel with White's
shallow groove 1-24 twist rifling, adjustable trigger with right hand
safety, secondary safety on cocking handle. Williams adjustable leaf
rear sight mounted in dovetail, gold bead front also in dovetail.
Delrin ramrod with brass ends tapped for accessories, Delrin trigger
guard. Sling swivels. Black Myrtlewood stock, very sturdy and strong,
with inch thick recoil pad. Cheap at $300 OBO SOLD
#552- WHITE THUNDER SHOTGUN- This shot gun is new but old
stock. It has never been fired. The action and barrel are the same as
the White Tominator with super full Hastings choke and straight rifled
barrel. Back in the 1990's, White made a small run of what was
destined to be a cheaper shotgun, intending that the full production
run would be done with hardwood stock painted black (instead of grey
laminate) and non-rifled barrel. The full production run never
happened. This is one of that initial run, The stock is beech, painted
black. The barrel is marked WHITE THUNDER. It weighs about 5 lbs but
patterns as well as any Tominator, just carries easier. Cheap at $300
plus S&H SOLD
shotgun will kill Toms at 50 yards if you follow directions. First
shot patterns using nickel plated shot average 90-95%, slightly less
with copper plated shot.
#553 WHITE SUPER-91-II IN 451 CALIBER- New old stock barreled
action, blued, in 451 caliber, accurized by DOC, Williams adjustable
rear sight, gold bead front, adjustable trigger currently set at about
3 lbs, double safeties as usual. The delrin ramrod is held in place by
two Rhinite ferrules. Stock is a grey alminate, refurbished from prior
use on a ThunderBolt. The notch for the bolt has been filled in with a
matching peice of wood, it's actually hard to see. The stock is
otherwise in excellent shape with no big dings or digs. There are a
few faint use marks here and there. Priced low because of the
#547 Classic GR-Series Sporting Rifle in .504 caliber.
grew on a grey laminate tree, is stained English Red and finished with
Brownell's epoxy varnish. (Very tough and waterproof). The barrel
is by White, round and tapered, 1 1/10th at the breech, in .504 caliber with 1-24 twist for White Slip Fit and Saboted
bullets. The action is Classic English with heavy Manton style bolster for the nipple,
leaf spring actuated Henry side lock and external hammer. There is a single
trigger that pull's off at about 4 lbs, a
rubber recoil pad meant to mimic the English leather covered pads of yesterday,
a single fore-stock cross-bolt held in place by German silver roundels and
under-rib with two ferrules for the ramrod. SOLD
The laminate has been stained English red,
came out a very nice reddish brown, the English would have loved it. The metal
is finishd with Brownell's baked on Gun-Kote in glossy GunMetal Blue- very
handsome and every bit as tough as Teflon. The ramrod is drilled and tapped for
accesories, The forearm follows
Alexander Henry's style- matches the lock. Bore is new, fired by DOC only
to accurize. Price $1200, on sale until the end of October for
$1000, then it goes to Track of the Wolf, where the price will go up 25%.
#583- White Super 91 in 451 caliber, originally blued rifle now
tefloned by Black Ice. Tentatively SOLD
#584- White Super 91 in 410 caliber, blued finish, Grey Laminate
stock, Previously used by the White shooting team. Tentatively Sold